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S.M. Elliott Cross-Disciplinary Grant Program Submissions Deadline Jan. 15

Start:
Friday, September 15th
8:00 am
End:
Sunday, January 14th 2018
11:30 pm

Drop-In Writing Assistance

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Monday, August 28th
End:
Wednesday, December 13th

Beach Boys

Start:
Friday, August 25th
7:30 pm
End:
Tuesday, October 24th
10:30 pm

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Upcoming Events

October 2017

Chamber Singers Recital

Date:
Monday, October 23rd
Time:
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

For additional information contact Dr. Tim Fredstrom (309)438-5174

Discussion with Dianna Frid, organized in conjunction with her exhibition of artist’s books.

Date:
Tuesday, October 24th
Time:
10:00 am - 11:30 am

Discussion with Dianna Frid, organized in conjunction with her exhibition of artist's books.

Gallery walk with Dianna Frid, organized in conjunction with IT TAKES TIME, her solo exhibition at University Galleries.

Date:
Tuesday, October 24th
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Oct 24 at 12pm Gallery walk with Dianna Frid, organized in conjunction with IT TAKES TIME, her solo exhibition at University Galleries. IT TAKES TIME: Selected Works from 2009 through 2017 presents 55 works by Mexican-born, Chicago-based artist Dianna Frid. The exhibition title refers to the process of creating work, to the recursive cycles of life and death, and to the vast scale of geological time. Frid cites the cadences of reading, writing, sewing, breathing, and thinking as integral to her…

Charles W. Bolen Faculty Recital: David Gresham, clarinet

Date:
Tuesday, October 24th
Time:
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

For additional information contact Dr. David Gresham (309)438-2600

All’s Well That Ends Well

Date:
Tuesday, October 24th
Time:
7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Shakespeare’s bittersweet comedy of love, faith and coming of age

Oedipus

Date:
Wednesday, October 25th
Time:
7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Ellen McLaughlin’s Oedipus adapted from the Sophocles original

International Education Week: College of Fine Arts Lunch Talk – Life and Career as a Graphic Designer in Shanghai

Date:
Thursday, October 26th
Time:
11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Presented by Huayoung Zhong, Assistant Professor, Shanghai Normal University Tianhua College From a first-person narrative, this talk provides an overview of the life, educational and career experiences of being a graphic designer in Shanghai, China, with the background of how graphic design as a profession has developed during the past two decades along with the rapid social-economic development process in urban China. Some sample graphic design work will be shown at the talk along with the stories of how they were…

All’s Well That Ends Well

Date:
Thursday, October 26th
Time:
7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Shakespeare’s bittersweet comedy of love, faith and coming of age

International Education Week: College of Fine Arts Lecture – East African Lifestyle Through Music and Dance

Date:
Friday, October 27th
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Presented by Peter Kasule Music, dance and rhythms are the voices of Africa. During the session we will explore the roots of dance, the singing of call and response as a form of communication, and the intricate syncopated rhythms that make up the daily African lifestyle. We will explore the fact that we cannot have music or dance without the African daily lifestyle; both are intertwined. We will learn that every rhythm played is a word spoken, and every word…

She Kills Monsters

Date:
Friday, October 27th
Time:
7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

The story of a teenage girl journeying through Dungeons and Dragons to learn about her deceased sister.